LAND TAX DISPUTES AND APPEALS IN NEW SOUTH WALES
Grounds for objection can be found in the NSW Valuation of Land Act, and include:
- the values assigned for the property are too high or too low
- the area, dimensions or description of the property are not correctly stated
- the interests held by various persons in the property have not been correctly apportioned
- the apportionment of the valuations is not correct
- lands which should be included in one valuation have been valued separately
- lands which should be valued separately have been included in one valuation
- the person named on the Notice of Valuation is not the lessee or owner of the land.
- Heritage and/or other statutory concessions/allowances are incorrect.
An objection must clearly indicate on the valuation objection form the ground(s) on which an objection is based and must be supported with evidence of comparable property values having regard to and adjusted for numerous factors including position, size, use , development potential-just to name a few.
There are strict time limits within which any objection or Appeal must be lodged.
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